Entrance Exam

Your No1 source for Latest Entrance Exams, Admission info






Home > All India Entrance > UGC NET New Syllabus for International and Area Studies for June 2019

UGC NET New Syllabus for International and Area Studies for June 2019

UGC NET Exam Syllabus 2019 for International and Area Studies

Check out for UGC NET New Syllabus for International and Area Studies for June 2019 – UGC NET is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) on behalf of UGC for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for the Eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor both in Indian Universities and Colleges. This page includes new syllabus for NTA UGC NET 2019 June International and Area Studies exam

The Test will consist of two papers. Both the papers will consist of only objective type questions and will be attempted with a break of 30 minutes between them.

Paper I will have 50 question for 2 marks each – The questions will be generic in nature, intending to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate.

Paper II will consist of 100 questions each carries 2 marks – the question will be based on the subject selected by the candidate. All the questions of Paper–II will be compulsory

See: NTA UGC Net 2019 Exam Pattern

NET Syllabus for International and Area Studies

Code: 90

Unit I – International and Area Studies: Concepts, Theories and Approaches

  • Major concepts, scope and nature of International Relations and Area Studies
  • Theories: Realist, Liberal, Marxist and Critical Theories of IR and Area Studies
  • Approaches: Western and Non-Western
  • Power Politics: Balance of Power, Geopolitics, Bipolarity, Unipolarity, Multipolarity and Polycentrism
  • State and Non-State Actors in IR and Area Studies

Unit II – Evolution of International Relations and Area Studies

  • Emergence of nation states and nation

Unit III – Contemporary World Order

  • Changing Patterns of World Order: Unipolarity, Bipolarity, Multipolarity and Polycentrism
  • Role of Major Powers: US, Russia, China, Japan, India and EU
  • Globality, Globalism and Globalisation
  • Democratisation and the World Order
  • Science, Technology and Global Order

Unit IV – Conflict, Security and Peace: National and International

  • Concepts, components and models of National and International Security
  • Evolution of Strategic Thoughts: Kautilya, Sun Tzu, Machiavelli, Antonio Jomini, Carl von Clausewitz, H. Mackinder, A.T. Mahan, G. Douhet, William Mitchell, Alexander de Seversky, H. Kissinger
  • Evolution of Strategic Doctrines: Massive Retaliation, Deterrence, Flexible Response, Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD), Strategic Defence Initiative (SDI), NMD
  • Evolution of India’s Security Policies and Nuclear and Maritime Doctrines
  • New Modes of Warfare: Conventional, Low Intensity Conflicts, Information and Communication warfare, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare, Revolution in Military Affairs
  • Non-Traditional Security Threats: Food and Health Security, Energy Security, Environmental Security, Gender Security, Human Security, Cyber Security and Terrorism
  • Conflict Resolution and Peace, Arms Control and Disarmament.

See: Latest UGC NET News and Updates June 2019

Unit V – International Organisations and Global Governance

  • Role of International Organisations in International Peace and Security, Development cooperation and Democratisation
  • United Nations: Role, Relevance, and Reforms
  • Global Governance: Issues and Challenges of global commons
  • Regional and Sub-regional Organisations
  • Impact of Globalisation.
  • International Law as an instrument of global governance

Unit VI – India’s Foreign Policy

  • Evolution of Objectives and Principles of India’s Foreign Policy
  • India’s Relations with Neighbourhood and Extended Neighbourhood
  • India and Major Powers: US, Russia, China, Japan, and EU
  • India’s Look East and Act East Policy
  • India’s Engagement with International and Regional Organisations
  • Role of India’s Soft Power in its Foreign Policy

Unit VII – South Asia and Indo-Pacific Region

  • Geopolitical and Geostrategic setting
  • Colonialism, nationalism and independence movements
  • Nation building, state building and challenges to democratization
  • Post-Independence developments: Political Regimes
  • Internal and External Threats to State Security and Human Security
  • Regional Territorial and Maritime Issues, Role of Extra-regional Powers.
  • Regional Trade, Development Cooperation and Strategic Partnership: IORA, SAARC, ASEAN, ARF, APEC, BIMSTEC, Mekong-Ganga Cooperation etc.
  • Impact of Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation (LPG)

Unit VIII – Central Asia, West Asia and Africa

  • Geopolitical and Geostrategic setting
  • Colonialism, nationalism and independence movements
  • Nation building, state building and challenges to democratization
  • Post-Independence developments: Political Regimes
  • Internal and External Threats to State Security and Human Security
  • Regional conflicts and issues and role of extra-regional powers
  • Regional Trade, Development Cooperation and Strategic Partnership
  • Impact of Globalisation

Unit IX – Europe and Erstwhile Soviet Union/Russia

  • Geopolitical and Geostrategic setting
  • Nationalism, Industrial Revolution and State building
  • Europe between two World Wars
  • Alliances and Accords in Europe: NATO, WARSAW PACT, Helsinki Accord, EU etc.
  • Internal and External Threats to State Security and Human Security, Migration refugees and Ethnic Problems
  • Trade, Development cooperation and Strategic Partnerships
  • Role of US in Europe
  • Impact of Globalisation

See: Tips for clearing UGC NET exam

Unit X – The Americas

  • Geopolitical and Geostrategic setting.
  • Colonialism, Nationalism and Independence Movements.
  • Nation building, state building and challenges to democratization.
  • Internal and External Threats to State Security and Human Security.
  • Regional conflicts and Issues: Role of US and Extra-regional Powers.
  • Regional trade, development cooperation and strategic partnership.
  • Globalisation and its impact

>>> UGC NET Syllabus Index

Related Posts

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Adult and Continuing Education and Extension

UGC NET  Syllabus for Computer Science And Application

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Arab Culture and Islamic Studies

UGC-NET-Syllabus of Comparative Literature

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Environmental Science

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Archaeology

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Geography

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Folk Literature

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Indian Culture

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Human rights and Duties

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Law

UGC-NET-Syllabus for International and Area Studies

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Mass Communication and Journalism

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Library and Information Science

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Music

UGC-NET-Syllabus for museology and conservation

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Physical Education

UGC-NET-Syllabus for performing arts, dance, drama, theatre

UGC-NET-Syllabus for tribal-and-regional-language/literature

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Tourism Administration and Management

UGC-NET-Syllabus for Woman Studies

UGC NET Syllabus

UGC NET 2018 Notification

UGC NET Eligibility Criteria

UGC NET Exam Pattern

UGC NET Results

Tags:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

two × two =